Plants and Plant Protection Products
SETACers are interested in research about aquatic macrophyte and terrestrial plants, especially as concerning testing. One cannot talk about plants without talking about plant protection products (pesticides). Pesticides include herbicides, insecticides, fungicides and rodenticides. They help protect crops, however, they could have unintended consequences and are therefore heavily studied.
SETAC Pellston Workshop® (2011): Pesticide Risk Assessment for Pollinators
- Environmental Contaminants to Bees
ET&C Virtual Issue (2018)
- Assessing the Risks of Pesticides to Threatened and Endangered Species Using Population modeling: A Critical Review and Recommendations for Future Work
ET&C 35: 1904–1913 (2016)
SETAC Globe Articles
SETAC Interest Group
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